In Lift, Faisal Hoque—noted thought leader; serial entrepreneur; technology innovator; advisor to CEOs, BODs, and the US federal government; and author—offers a timely and much needed perspective on individual and organizational leadership.
This thought-provoking book invites readers to explore the intersection of transformational leadership, systemic thinking, and experiential learning—all required to survive and thrive the tsunami of changes and disruptions caused by the Fourth Industrial Revolution, the Covid-19 pandemic, climate change, and misinformation trends.
Hoque proposes that “transformational” leaders—those who focus on people and long-term innovations and solutions—are the key to a prosperous future. In Lift, he shows readers how to become transformational leaders in an ever-changing world through a convergence of empathy, execution, and knowledge.
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Acclaim For Lift
A HOLISTIC APPROACH TO CREATING LONG-TERM VALUE
MINDFULNESS. CREATIVITY. INNOVATION
Part philosophy, part business, and part history, in Everything Connects, you’ll learn from the wisdom of 2500 year old Eastern philosophies and the interconnected insights of Leonardo da Vinci. Couple that with Fortune 100 corporate cross pollination for creativity and startup thinking for how to adapt with ease, and you have Everything Connects.
The constant cascade of new technologies and social changes are creating a more empowered population. Workforces are increasingly dispersed, demanding of self-expression, and quite possibly disengaged. Within this topsy-turvy context, leaders must spark creativity, drive innovation, and ensure sustainability. This isn’t just a quick fix for your next financial quarter; this is how you succeed in the long run.
Acclaim For Everything Connects
FORTHCOMING (March, 2023)
Transformation Requires Much More Than Technology
DIGITAL. BUSINESS. MANAGEMENT
From The Intro:
“Given the rate of change that we have experienced and will continue to see, it’s been a challenge trying to stay on top of everything that’s taking place. As we’ll see, it will require much more than simply obtaining the latest technology, plugging it in, and sitting back to watch reinvention take place. From top to bottom, organizations will be compelled to change entire mindsets, attitudes, and assumptions about how they operate, how they can grow, and even about the very reason for their existence.
Change, as driven by technology, is as much an adjustment of mindset as it is a new set of tools that everyone must learn how to use. This book is geared to addressing that unprecedented journey. And when I use the word journey, I mean to emphasize that reinvention never has any sort of fixed end point or conclusion. Rather, it’s an ongoing pilgrimage—one characterized not only by obstacles to be met and overcome but also by fresh opportunities that are continually presented at each step along the journey.
But it can also be equally perilous. As you’ll also learn, the road to transformation is complex, and several organizations and companies have failed to grasp the scope and import of what reinvention really encapsulates. I believe this book will help you and your organization work toward realizing a far more rewarding and meaningful outcome.”
From The Archives
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27 Practices for resilient Entrepreneurs, innovators, and leaders
I AM. I HAVE. I CAN
Resilience is the universal human capacity to face, overcome, and even be strengthened by experiences of adversity. The book is divided into three sections, each of which are key concepts in the development of one’s own ability to bend, and not break, in the face of a personal or professional setback.
This book offers powerful approaches to diffuse strong emotion in the moment of crisis, and opens up opportunities for re-examining your personal definition of success. The book illuminates how anyone can attain the resilience that’s required to repeatedly push forward in the face of conflict. The authors do not endorse or denounce any specific individual, company, product or service that may be referenced in the stories.